Auburn AL Hair Replacement For Chemo Patients Natural Solutions Launched

Auburn, Alabama, hair salon and spa Linda Arnold and Company updated its range of natural hair replacement solutions for people who deal with thinning hair and hair loss as a result of chemotherapy.

Auburn, United States - September 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Linda Arnold and Company, an upscale hair salon and spa based in Auburn, Alabama, announced the launch of an updated range of natural hair replacement solutions for chemotherapy patients. The salon offers professional treatments to repair the damage from chemotherapy and to provide clients with confidence and a sense of normality.

More information can be found at http://lindaarnoldandcompany.com

At Linda Arnold and Company, the professional staff focus on restoring the confidence and self esteem of people who have thinning hair and medically induced hair loss. The team’s newly launched range of natural hair replacement treatments ensures that they are able to recreate the client’s own hair’s color, texture, density and style.

Many men and women report hair loss as one of the side effects they fear most after being diagnosed with cancer. Hair loss is a common chemotherapy side effect, and different doses can cause anything from a mere thinning to complete baldness.​

Linda Arnold and Company specializes in advanced hair designs, hair color, hair replacement, hair integration, and hair extensions for men and women. The staff of professionals is comprised of expert hair replacement therapists with years of experience as hair color and hair cutting masters.

The salon offers natural hair replacement services to chemotherapy patients and prides itself on providing results that bring both joy and hope to clients and their loved ones.

With the latest update, the team at Linda Arnold and Company aim to ensure that all clients have a beautiful hair and that they are happy with the results.

A spokesperson for the company said: “Whether you have lost your hair due to chemotherapy, radiation, alopecia or androgenic hair thinning, we can tailor our services to your special needs. We have a remedy for any type of hair loss. We offer complete privacy during procedures and offer many products to slow and stop hair loss.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or on their Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/hairlosssspecialist/

Contact Info:
Name: Linda Arnold
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Organization: Linda Arnold and Company
Address: 1445 South College Street Suite 500, Auburn, Alabama 36832, United States
Phone: +1-334-510-6674
Website: http://lindaarnoldandcompany.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88919168

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